On Fri, 28 Jun 2013 21:50:06 -0700, matt wrote:
> Try kldunloading any loaded kernel modules including usb. You may need
> to compile a more modular kernel.
On 8 (.1 and .2) I only had to leave uhci, ohci and ehci (not usb) out
of kernel and load / unload those around suspend/resume, but that's no
longer needed on 9 here.
> Does suspend/resume work for anyone?
Likely not very exciting news for most, but my '02 Thinkpad T23 reliably
suspends and resumes since 9.1-R with zero configuration. Haven't tried
it yet with X, might need hw.syscons.sc_no_suspend_vtswitch=1 for that
as 6.x, 7.x and 8.x always required, but that's an old S3 Savage video,
with working IBM-written ACPI/BIOS.
More modern video chips and drivers seem to be far more problematic, not
to mention slightly dodgy ACPI code ..
> On 06/28/13 15:19, Stefan Horomnea wrote:
> > Yes, I did try, didn't help.
> > On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 4:30 AM, matt <sendtom...@gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >>> which I think are after I manually power-off and power-on the
> >>> laptop. If this info helps, Ubuntu is able to suspend/resume
> >>> properly. I also did a recent upgrade of BIOS.
> >>> Can anyone help me make progress here ?
> >>> Thank you, Stefan
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> >> Have you tried twiddling the values at hw.pci.do_power_resume
> >> and hw.pci.do_power_suspend?
> >> Rarely, this helps.
> >> Matt
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